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The Edmonton Journal: Cold Road full of Alberta talent, including Cree Métis star Roseanne Supernault


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This Indigenous-focused debut feature thriller directed by Kelvin Redvers is inspired by ’70s/’80s cult films — clearly including Steven Spielberg’s TV classic Duel.

Released Feb. 9 for a week-long run in theatres around Alberta, Cold Road will continue playing at Edmonton City Centre Landmark Cinema until at least Feb. 21, and be streaming widely on VOD/Digital on multiple platforms starting March 5.

The film is tense, cleverly inspired by northern issues and terrifically performed by Cree Métis actor Roseanne Supernault, who comes from East Prairie Métis Settlement south of Highway 2 and High Prairie, later graduating from Victoria School of Performing and Visual Arts in Edmonton.

“I get this phone call, and they make me an offer,” Supernault, who played Natalie Stoney in Blackstone, explains of how she first got involved. “And they say, ‘It is set in the dead of winter, we’re filming right away, and it’s going to be cold.’” READ FULL ARTICLE HERE:

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